Femoral neck stress fractures in young adults are uncommon and usually not considered in the differential diagnosis of low back pain. However, if the patient has groin and anterior thigh pain, it is important to thoroughly examine the hips. To illustrate this point, we present a patient with a femoral neck stress fracture who was misdiagnosed as having mechanical back pain.
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